A high-ranking Clark Atlanta University administrator who some students wanted fired is no longer with the university, officials say.
Vice President for Student Affairs Tanaya Walters left the university on June 30, said spokeswoman Donna Brock. Brock declined to discuss about her departure, saying the university doesn’t discuss personnel matters.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported in May that some student leaders wanted Walters dismissed, claiming she bullied students.
Efforts to contact Walters by telephone were unsuccessful.
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